Here is our interview Pop Punk Phenom Danny Wright:
- What is your inspiration to write your music? Is it your surroundings?
A lot of my inspiration comes from my life experiences and my surroundings, Ive always said this – music is my reality, my fantasy, my love and my hate. So all of my experiences go into it, the good the bad the ugly!
I have written a few songs which is from another person perspective or third person, but the majority is first hand experience.
There is a lot more I want to write about, as I get older I am more willing to be even more open with my experiences. I could honestly write a book with with the amount of stuff I have to write about
2. What type of music did you listen to growing up?
I was that weird kid who listen to everything, I had an instant connection with punk rock music, but I was also listening to R&b, Pop and hip-hop. A lot of my influence does come from the punk rock side, I got into loads of bands and guitar music growing up and taught myself guitar off the back of this.
3. Is there someone you looked up as a hero?
I did have a few ideals growing up Tom Delonge was one of them and then later Jared Leto and then Ricky Gervais. The common theme with these people is they are all hugely ambitious, courageous with art and don’t put age limits on when they have to achieve their goal which I find very inspiring and relatable.
To me this is very punk as most people are living to achieve something meaningless quickly to impress their authorities and peers
4. If you weren’t a musician, would you be doing today?
You know I don’t even know, I’m into managing events but that has only come from being a musician. Before I really got into music I was playing football. So lets say that if I wasn’t a musician I would be a professional football player for Arsenal FC.
5. What advice do you have for our fans out there that want to create music?
Check out his single Broken Youth on May 8th on all music listening platforms!